A timely, lesbian take on Shakespeare, in a new, modern adaptation.
so you know how everyone is like, we need a lesbian othello??? my cousin is doing it. raise some dollar. the goal is only £500 and you get to go see lesbian othello. fund the arts, especially when it’s about lesbians
ayo there are 9 days left for this you can do it!!!
plus, tickets are onsale to see this at the bussey building real soon starting from £5
"The Little Mermaid" - Fredericia Teater 2014
All pictures are from Fredericia Teater’s facebook page
The Olivier Theatre.
Designing for this theatre would be unbelievable. With the combination of its “drum revolve” and the unique fly system made up of individual point hoists, the design possibilities seem endless. If only…
The original West End cast of The Curious Incident of the Dog In the Night-Time
The cast of the upcoming Broadway revival of On the Town takes to the streets of the city to perform ‘New York, New York’.
Hey y’all, I never do this, but some fabulous friends of mine are fundraising for an intriguing production of Othello, take a look!
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I thing pretty much any of the ladies’ songs in Spelling Bee work here, and it’s really up to you which one you feel would be most to act.‘Happily Ever After’ is also ideal thematically, gotta make sure you get some of the ending beltier bits in though. Same with ‘Shy’ especially as it parallels Fiona’s ‘bipolar’ thing.
Two representatives from the Antoinette Perry Tony Awards outline and defend the recent decision regarding no longer recognizing sound design as a category.
(Sketch comedy from Far From Famous Comedy)
I think comedic is definitely the way to go here. We need something character-driven that shows off a decent belt and is either a quirky or a neurotic character.My initial thoughts were ‘Not for the Life of Me’ or any of the ladies’ numbers from the 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. ‘Watch What Happens’ from Newsies could also work. Once Upon A Mattress is also a good shout, the ever-popular ‘Shy’ would do nicely, as would ‘Happily Ever After’ (especially a cut of this). If you’re really into Pinocchio, it might be a good idea to go with something more gender neutral, if that were the case I would go with one of Peter’s numbers from the Stiles and Drewe Peter Pan. If none of these works for you or you have more specifics, be sure to write back. Break a leg!